Originally posted by phil3000
i can remember keagan getting sent off in the charity shield at wembley and throwing off his shirt in discust , i remember thinking then what a bad example in front of millions of people that was ,and he has spat his dummie out every time things have not gone his way ever since . newcastle utd are a sleeping giant of a club and dont need a cry baby ..like keagan ,i certainly would not like to be in the trenches with him!!!!!
He's clearly an emotional man but no bad thing IMHO, because he's consistent and honest and principled and does what he says he will.
This, combined with tears, is always better for me than unscrupulous mismanagement and skullduggery.